Continuing its global march, healthcare platform, Practo has announced that it has marked an entry into the Indonesian market. Practo Search will be available both in Indonesian bahasa and English in Indonesia.
Practo Search enables consumers to search through this verified database of doctors and find the one that’s right for them. Consumers can search using doctor’s name, specialization, and even symptoms. Once they get results, consumers can click through the Practo Profile for each professional or establishment to read more details including years of experience, qualifications, affiliations and specializations as well as see clinic photos and get GPS co-ordinates of location for easy turn-by-turn navigation right from within the Practo App.
Consumers in Indonesia will be able to search through over 4200 verified doctors in over 60% of all clinics across Jakarta DKI using Practo website or app which have been specially built for the region.
Practo will also expand its coverage to the broader Jakarta Raya area covering Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi regions over the next few months. Additionally, Practo will expand its consumer offering to cover more healthcare segments such as wellness, fitness, pharma, preventive and curative medicine.
Simultaneously, Practo is also embarking on expansion within the Philippines to completely cover Cebu, Cavite and Batangas regions. It already covers the Greater Manila area and lists over 70% of all doctors in the region (over 11,000).
The company, in the Philippines, is also seeing tremendous adoption of Practo Ray – the cloud-based SaaS practice management solution. As per the company, Practo Ray is fast becoming the default choice of software for all doctors in the Philippines and is helping to bring them to the digital era.
“Over the next several months we will continue our global expansion to be present in over 10 countries by March and enable over 2 Billion consumers to make better healthcare decisions” – Shashank ND, Founder & CEO, Practo.
Practo has recently raised $90M in Series C round funding led by Tencent, with participation from marquee institutional investors including Sofina, Sequoia India, Google Capital, Altimeter Capital, Matrix Partners, Sequoia Capital Global Equities and Yuri Milner.
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